Barnatan, Weilerstein and Quint Bring Vibrant Chamber Music to The Conrad’s Courtyard

By Ken Herman | April 11, 2021 |

Now that the pandemic’s restrictions on public gathering are beginning to relax, on Saturday, April 10, the La Jolla Music Society boldly opened its new outdoor chamber series in The Conrad’s Wu Tsai QRT.yard.

North Coast Rep’s ‘Trying’ Humanizes a Famous Judge

By David Dixon | April 7, 2021 |

A timeless piece of advice for storytellers is “write what you know.” That legendary quote is evident in Joanna McClelland Glass’ script to the drama presented by North Coast Repertory Theatre, Trying.

Camarada Brings Live Performance with Audience (!) Back to Bread and Salt

By Ken Herman | March 30, 2021 |

Titling Camarada’s 2020-2021 season as well as this Sunday concert Unstoppable, their program at Bread and Salt featured engaging but lesser known composers of the 20th and 21st Century—with the exception of a spirited closing number by the adored Argentine composer Astor Piazzolla.

Penderecki’s ‘Adagio for Strings’ Made Friday’s San Diego Symphony Online Concert Exceptional

By Ken Herman | March 27, 2021 |

In Friday’s streamed concert from the Jacobs Music Center, San Diego Symphony Music Director Rafael Payare and the orchestra performed Penderecki’s 2013 “Adagio for Strings” as well as works by Mozart and Dvořák.

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